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1 101 PRINCE WALES OF DRIVE PUBLIC EXHIBITION ON PROPOSALS FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF 101 (THE FORMER GAS HOLDERS SITE)

2 WELCOME TO THE EXHIBITION St James Group is seeking the views of the local community on the initial proposals for the redevelopment of 101 Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea. The site is located within the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB OA). The area has been identified to provide new homes, jobs, schools, community centres, healthcare facilities and improvements to transport infrastructure. National Grid currently own the site and have planning permission to demolish and back fill the four gas holders. St James Group are in contract with National Grid to take ownership of the site in Spring Our initial proposals are for a high-quality residential-led mixed-use development including, retail, a nursery and educational uses in addition to the creation of high quality public realm. SITE DESCRIPTION The site is bounded by Prince of Wales Drive to the south, railway lines to the east and west, with Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to the north and east. PURPOSE OF THE EXHIBITION St James is currently undertaking public consultation to seek comments on the development proposals from the local community. St James has met with LB Wandsworth Planning Officers, GLA Officers and English Heritage to date but is keen to understand the views of local stakeholders. All comments will be carefully considered prior to completing the design of the scheme.

3 PLANNING CONTEXT 101 PRINCE OF The VNEB Opportunity Area The site is situated within the London Borough of Wandsworth and any planning application will be considered in light of the relevant planning policies for the borough. The site also lies within the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB OA) as designated by the London Plan. KEY ASPIRATIONS OF THE OPPORTUNITY AREA INCLUDE: Potential for 16,000 new homes and 20,000-25,000 new jobs with capacity for 200,000 sq m of commercial/employment floorspace (in addition to Battersea Power Station). There are plans to increase this further High quality public realm including the provision for a new linear park connecting Vauxhall to Battersea Power Station New schools, healthcare facilities, community centres, libraries and places of worship Extension of the Northern Line between Kennington and Battersea Power Station plus other transport measures including improvements to bus services and Vauxhall interchange Together with the local planning policies, the London Plan and VNEB OA Planning Framework provide the policy context and guidance on matters relating to: Land use Housing and social infrastructure Public realm Tall buildings Energy S106 funding St James and its design team will continue to meet with the Planning Authorities and other Statutory Consultees to discuss development of the scheme having regard to the planning policies.

4 SITE ANALYSIS OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS N Current view from Prince of Wales Drive Current view from Queen s Circus Battersea Powerstation Battersea Park The site is bound by Prince of Wales Drive to the south, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to the north and two railway viaducts to the east and west. There are no listed buildings either on site or immediately adjacent to the site. Battersea Park Conservation Area is located to the south west of the site. The site currently contains four gas holders, the tallest of which is the equivalent of thirty storeys in height. The gas holders are currently being demolished by National Grid. National Grid have planning permission to build a new Pressure Reduction Station (PRS) in the south east corner of the site.

5 DESIGN CONCEPT SCHEME DEVELOPMENT DIAGRAMS Current design proposal DESIGN CONCEPT The design concept has been developed in response to the following opportunities: A brownfield development opportunity close to existing and planned public transport Creation of a public square and upgrading of the surrounding public realm Orientation of buildings in response to sun, views and context Provision of high quality design and architecture Replacing redundant industrial use with new homes and employment opportunities Integrating the site into the surrounding area after over 150 years of isolated use. A number of masterplans have been investigated in response to the above principles. This analysis has led to the development of a linear masterplan as indicated immediately above.

6 DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1 Street Landscaped Courtyard PRS Public Square Prince of Wales Drive 4 2 Servicing Nursery Residential Retail Educational Use EARLY DESIGN CONCEPT Pedestrain Route 3 1. View from Battersea Park Road 2. View from Prince of Wales Drive 3. Potential for a new pedestrian route 4. Shared surface access route within site OUR INITIAL PROPOSALS CONSIST OF: Approximately 850 homes in buildings ranging in height from storeys Associated residential facilities A children s nursery A new educational arts campus Retail and café uses Basement car parking and cycle storage A new public square fronting onto Prince of Wales Drive KEY FEATURES OF THE DESIGN INCLUDE: An improved pedestrian route linking Battersea Park Station and the proposed Northern Line extension The proposed layout maximises the amount of sunlight entering the development Creation of a central garden that is buffered from the surrounding railway viaducts The proposed massing steps up in height from south to north with lower buildings on Prince of Wales Drive. The proposed tallest building is the equivalent of five storeys lower than the existing blue gas holder.

7 ENHANCING PUBLIC REALM INITIAL LANDSCAPE CONCEPT N Prince of Wales Drive To Ba ersea Park Railway Viaduct 1. Just add water for an attractive public space 2. Appropriate spaces encourage social behaviour 3. Public realm design can modify and reduce enviromental impact of the project Wherever possible, existing mature trees on Prince of Wales Drive will be retained. This will help anchor the new development within the existing surroundings. The existing high brick wall will be removed, opening up the site for the first time in 150 years. A new south-facing public space will be created adjacent to Prince of Wales Drive, providing seating and planting to make a welcome retreat for people as they pass by. The square will benefit from a strong relationship to the adjacent retail unit and education building, making it a vibrant space, ideal as somewhere to enjoy lunch or as a convenient meeting place. There is an aspiration to create a linear walkway to the west of the site adjacent to the railway viaduct that will create a new 4. Sensitive detailing can celebrate the narrative of the sites past and future pedestrian link through to Chelsea Bridge. A large central courtyard will provide residents with a green amenity space as a central focal point. The unique industrial heritage of the site will be celebrated during the detailed design process to ensure that the landscape design proposals sensitively address the site s past, bringing elements of it into the present day for people to appreciate now and in the future. Green and brown roofs on top of many of the blocks, together with the central courtyard, will provide a haven for flora and fauna, becoming valuable green links for the existing wildlife of Battersea Park which will further boost the biodiversity of the local area.

8 HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Cycle Superhighway 8 Cycle Superhighway Residential led development of approximately units Vehicle access onto Prince of Wales Drive Routes signed or marked for use by cyclists Off road cycle routes Towards Vauxhall Quieter roads recommended for use by cyclists Car parking for residential units at 0.35 spaces per unit Improved public realm along Prince of Wales Drive Battersea Power Station Northern Line No car parking provided for commercial uses Towards Stockwell Battersea Park Station Towards Clapham Cycle parking provided on-site for all users Queenstown Road Station Towards Wandsworth Key Design Features Local Transport Connections Route to Battersea Power Station and NLE KEY Sloane Square Station Site Vauxhall Station 2km Isochrones from site Battersea Park Station Queenstown Road Station Pedestrian access to Battersea Park Station Wandsworth Road Station Pedestrian Access to the Site and Key Public Transport Nodes Wider Pedestrian Accessibility The site is located within the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB OA). It has a good level of public transport accessibility and is well connected to the local area and central London through pedestrian and cycle links. Key transport aspirations for the site include: Creation of a residential led development that is designed with sustainable transport principles at its core Enhance public transport accessibility at the site as a result of: Contributions to upgrading the entrance to Battersea Park Station Contributions to Battersea Power Station Northern Line Extension Contributions to new bus routes and improved service levels within the VNEB Opportunity Area Enhance pedestrian environment within the site and the surrounding areas including: Upgraded urban realm along Prince of Wales Drive Improve pedestrian permeability from Prince of Wales Drive into the site Creation of an active frontage along Prince of Wales Drive Encourage residents, visitors and employees to use cycling a as form of transport: Provision of circa 1000 cycle parking spaces Contribution towards local cycle improvements Provide an appropriate level of car parking for residents: Provide a ratio of circa 0.35 parking spaces per residential unit Provide a Car Club on site Provide minimal car parking for commercial uses

9 SCHEME BENEFITS St James Group is part of the wider Berkeley Group. We are an award winning, design conscious, creative and sustainable developer. We have a proven track record of delivering diverse projects within the London Boroughs and across the Home Counties, and are committed to providing local jobs and training opportunities for local people. School Trip St James proposals in Battersea will also bring a wide range of benefits to the local area including:- Rejuvenation of a derelict formerly industrial site into a mixed use development providing facilities for residents, the local community and the wider city Inclusion of a Children s Nursery, Restaurant/Retail and an Educational use within the proposals Provision of affordable housing for local residents within the borough New public realm along Prince of Wales Drive and a new landscaped public square within the site ABOUT ST JAMES We have a particularly strong track record within the Borough of Wandsworth, having recently completed the redevelopment of Grade 1 Listed Roehampton House in Roehampton and Langham Square in Putney. We are also currently constructing the Riverlight development which will be the first completed residential project within the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB OA). Apprentice Image LOCAL JOBS As part of the redevelopment of the site St James will commit ourselves to a Local Employment and Skills Plan which is designed to ensure that the development brings employment opportunities for local people and local businesses. This plan will include:- Apprenticeships and work experience opportunities Site visits for local school children Initiatives for the unemployed to return to work Working alongside the Council to create pathways for local people and businesses to access the job opportunities associated with the development A commitment to ensure that our contractors also adhere to these standards LOCAL CHARITY St James also has a strong track record of working alongside local charities, with each project office selecting a local charity as the beneficiary of their fundraising events. Recent donations to local charities have included Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and Vauxhall City Farm.

10 SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY Social sustainability is about people s quality of life and the strength of a community, now and in the future. St James believes that our role as a developer extends beyond the creation of fantastic homes. At the same time as doing this we must also create successful places. A N D I T I E S A M E N I N F R A S T R U C T U R E STREET LAYOUT TRANSPORT LINKS DISTINCTIVE CHARACTER LOCAL INTEGRATION ADAPTABLE SPACE V O COMMUNITY SPACE WILLINGNESS TO ACT I C E A N D LOCAL IDENTITY ABILITY TO INFLUENCE LINKS WITH NEIGHBOURS I N F L U E N C E LOCAL FACILITIES S O C I A L A N D WELLBEING FEELINGS OF SAFETY C U LT U R A L L I F E THE SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY PROCESS The Berkeley Group has pioneered a toolkit which identifies different categories by which the strength of an area s social sustainability can be assessed. There are thirteen criteria which fall into three separate groups as set out on the toolkit wheel above. The Social Sustainability process works by identifying three categories which are most lacking in relation to the site and surrounding area. More attention is then focussed towards these specific elements of regeneration to ensure that the development delivers the most benefit for new residents and the existing community. St James applies this toolkit to all of our projects. We would like to know which three of the thirteen criteria local residents think are most appropriate for us to focus on when designing our proposals. Further detail on what each criteria means can be found in the Creating Successful Places toolkit. Please fill out one of the feedback sheets and let us know which categories you feel are important to the site and the local community.

11 SUMMARY AND NEXT STEPS Riverlight, Nine Elms Lane, Local Regeneration in Nine Elms by St James St James is committed to delivering a highly sustainable exemplary residentially led mixed-use scheme on the site. The initial proposals respond to the opportunity to create a new landmark development which will enhance the appearance of the area. THE PROPOSED DESIGN LED SCHEME COMPRISES: Circa 850 private and affordable homes Nursery Retail unit Education uses Basement car parking Public open space Wider public realm improvements Circa 35,000,000 of financial contributions towards S106, CIL & Diffs Following this exhibition St James and the project team will review all comments made on its proposals as part of the on-going design process. As part of this process St James will continue to consult with: London Borough of Wandsworth Greater London Authority English Heritage Local Residents Local Amenity Groups St James anticipated programme is as follows. Submission of the application end of December 2014 Planning Committee meeting in March 2015 Start on site Spring 2016, once National Grid have completed the demolition and decommissioning of the gas works A public consultation website is now live and will include information presented at this exhibition in due course.

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